The police man and detective was on his break, lunch, just few seconds after he scored himself points and got from merits by the provincial police and on online. It is alleged that the detective was on his lunch and got an alert that a robbery had just been conducted by criminals who were armed at a store, he rushed into the area driving a police car which was not marked, as he was driving he saw a car the thugs were using and chased it by himself. The bad guys were around five and a high speed started, as the detective was chasing the car, around three suspects as the car was in motion jumped out of the car. The detective cornered the driver and the community helped him in that approach.
The investigation show that the suspects the detective arrested was a top wanted suspect in gauteng for various crime of CIT in akasia and soshanguve. The car which was being used was investigated and discovered to been stolen from garankuwa
The police detective was hailed for his Sterling work after he went after dangerous criminals by himself before the back up he alert had not arrived.
The police provincial commissioner commended the detective and the community for helping to arrest the suspect.
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